Professor C. Raj Kumar: India’s Challenges to Establish a Rule of Law Society

Professor C. Raj Kumar: India’s Challenges to Establish a Rule of Law Society
Event date: 
29 Oct 2012
4:00pm to 5:00pm
Venue: 
Staff Common Room, Faculty of Law (F8) UNSW
Enquiries: 
Phone 9385 1803

The Australian Human Rights Centre and the UNSW Faculty of Law invites you to join us for a seminar with Professor C. Raj Kumar on India’s Challenges to Establish a Rule of Law Society.

 Please join us for an afternoon seminar with Professor C. Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of O.P. Jindal Global University and the Dean of the Jindal Global Law School, Delhi. Professor Kumar will discuss Corruption as a Violation of Human Rights: India’s Challenges to Establish a Rule of Law Society.

The presentation will critically examine the legal and institutional approaches in the fight against corruption from a comparative and international law perspective. Professor Kumar will explore contemporary civil society initiatives and social movements in India to develop legislative measures and independent institutional mechanisms to combat corruption.

 

      Photo left to right: 1. In conversation with Andrew Byrnes and Raj Kumar  2.The Hon Michael Kirby, Professor C Raj Kumar, AHRCentre Chair Andrew Byrnes, and Dean David Dixon.